Technical Cinematic Designer (F/M/NB)

Jan 28, 2024
Bordeaux, France
... Not specified
... Intermediate
Full time
... Office work

Ubisoft Bordeaux is looking for a Technical Cinematic Designer for our Realization team (Cinematic design and Cinematic Animation) for our next project, unannounced yet. 

RESPONSBILITIES: 

  • Help technically to deliver qualitative Narrative moment  
  • Create and define pipelines for the creation of realization content and transitions to/from gameplay 
  • Monitor technical implementation for all matters relating to realization topics (dialogues, scripted events, etc.) 
  • Create and maintain best practice documentation for the tools and processes you manage 
  • Review content submitted by teams and provide feedback where appropriate 
  • Communicate with other TD (Quest, animation etc) 
  • Curiosity and drive to understand how things work 
  • Interest in Cinematic Design
  • Solid analytical and problem-solving skills 
  • Ability to clearly express and present ideas 
  • Experience with 3D engines (such as Unity, Unreal, CryEngine etc) 

Bonus : 

  • Knowledge of visual scripting or coding in at least one language (C++ and/or Python) 
  • You have an artistic sensibility and an interest in nimation/Camera transition
  • Type of contract : Permanent contract
  • Location: Role based in Bordeaux - France
  • Remote Work : Role based in Bordeaux - weekly hybrid pace

Hiring Process: 

  • Phone Interview with a recruiter
  • Interview(s) with our internal teams
  • Final interview with the project manager

If your application is not selected, you will receive a negative answer.

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